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1 d Think Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework

2 d Think BACKGROUND Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework Research outcomes which attempt to showcase the benefits that design thinking can have in the development of our youth for future challenges Showcase the value of design professionals to effect change within communities Fosters strong and ongoing links with secondary schools and regional communities Advocate good design as an integral part of Qld life by improving creativity & design in education in regional Qld Secondary Schools

3 d Think BACKGROUND Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework Reid, N. (1989). The Rural Economy and Rural Youth: Changes for the Future. Research in Rural Education, 6 (2), 17-23. Rural and regional communities - places of great innovation, expertise and resilience. But, in times of economic downturn, education plays a globally important role in the sustainability of these individuals & communities. (Reid1989) National Declaration on Educational Goals for Young Australians (MCEETYA 2008, p.13) Young people must develop skills in problem solving, creative and innovative thinking, communication and teamwork. Regional students must experience a non- linear design process to help shape the way they look at the world around them Exposure to different career pathways, design professionals and University lecturers

4 d Think goDesign 2010 Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework Chinchilla State High School | Mount Isa, Spinifex State College | Quilpie State College Emerald State High School | Gladstone State High School | Bundaberg State High School 3 day interactive workshop simulating a design studio 20 x Year 10 - 12 Secondary School students Facilitated by QUT School of Design Lecturers and 2 school teachers Run in conjunction with DIA unleashed – queensland design on tour 2010 Exhibition at local gallery

5 d Think goDesign 2010 Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework Opportunity to explore, analyse and reimagine local town through a series of scaffolded problem solving activities around the theme of ‘place’ Allows students to gain hands on experience designing graphics/fashion/products/landscape architecture/ architecture/interiors and make informed decisions about tertiary study By learning about the design process, students develop skills in problem solving, creative and innovative thinking, communication & teamwork

6 d Think goDesign 2010 Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework place-based learning provides meaningful contextual knowledge for regional students showcases value of design and interdisciplinary practice between academics, practicing designers, teachers and students students experience previously unexplored and sometimes inaccessible career & learning pathways potential to partner with future travelling design exhibitions

7 d Think goDesign 2010 Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework exhibition heightens student confidence and showcases the value of design thinking to local government and community opportunity to involve local industries and business linkages created between secondary & tertiary education sectors vehicle for in-service teacher training

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9 d Think goDesign 2010 Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework

10 d Think goDesign 2010 Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework

11 d Think goDesign Testimonials Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework Student, Emerald State High School

12 d Think goDesign Testimonials Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework Student, Emerald State High School

13 d Think goDesign Testimonials Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework Student, Spinifex State College, Mt Isa

14 d Think goDesign Testimonials Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework Student, Chinchilla State High School

15 d Think goDesign Testimonials Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework Student, Chinchilla State High School

16 d Think goDesign Testimonials Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework Student, Spinifex State College Mt Isa

17 d Think goDesign Testimonials Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework Student, Spinifex State College, Mt Isa

18 d Think Living City 1999-2010 Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework site specific place-based design education program collaboration of art teachers, art students, local government planners, artists and design professionals from various disciplines empowers young people to think about the planning and design of democratic and sustainable public spaces and how they relate to their city

19 d Think Living City 1999-2010 Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework creative ideas feed back into the consultation process and contribute to active developments spurns ongoing careers or tertiary study in the built environment experience previously unexplored/ inaccessible career & learning pathways potential for model to be replicated with regional councils & stakeholders

20 d Think Living City 1999-2010 Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework student work displayed in exhibition, on the Living City website and in documents compiled for local authorities and ‘client’ stakeholders potential for collaboration with regional & international schools through on-line classrooms or design events potential for workshops to be held with schools, design professionals, artists and community stakeholders through on-line events

21 d Think Living City 1999-2010 Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework Living City Website (http://www.livingcity.net.au/index.html)http://www.livingcity.net.au/index.html

22 d Think Generation 2010 Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework 50 students/10 teachers/10 designers/ 10 illustrators working in teams to consider issues facing the Asia Pacific Region uncovering optimistic ideas using the design process/design thinking skills and inspiration from local, national and international guest speakers Brisbane and regional participants with an interest in design drawn from Living City and goDesign programs

23 d Think Generation 2010 Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework generation of leadership within schools for design-led education and creative thinking professional development opportunity for teachers to work in conjunction with design practitioners video taped design presentation of ideas at culmination of workshop to be made available online

24 d Think Generation Testimonials Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework “This workshop has allowed us to collaborate with other students/teachers/designers to come up with concepts and ideas that have potential to affect the future. Hopefully this workshop, and the ones to come will impact the way in which our generation thinks, and our awareness of issues that may previously been ignored.” “I learned a lot about how designing and design thinking can help a community or country etc. Also got to work with a team to overcome a problem, using design thinking. It was a new, interesting experience.” “Today has been a experience in itself, from the inspirational speeches to the hands on design aspect. The speeches really made me see design in a whole new light, which helped me understand our task on many different levels. This experience will keep me seeing different aspects in all different areas of my life, in the present & the future.”

25 d Think Generation Testimonials Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework “Today I have learnt to think in other and different ways to what I may have originally thought and concluded. Bunker also made me realise that you don’t need to be literate to make a difference in your community. I really enjoyed working with my awesome group today and found Bunker’s speech very inspirational.” “I thoroughly enjoyed today’s workshop. Meeting some of the world’s leading designers was a real eye opener. Their stories filled me with inspiration and eagerness to change our world and the way we live in society. Also, I found meeting the students from other schools fascinating and I enjoyed working in a team with them and facing the problem given to us, together. Thank you for the wonderful opportunity ” “Today I made new friends and got to work in a group to come up with good ideas. It really helped doing group work and listening to each other’s ideas then putting them all together to create our design. It was a great experience, I’d love to do it again! ”

26 d Think Learning by Design 2010 Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework 50 secondary teachers/10 designers /10 illustrators investigate what design thinking looks like in the class room interactive design charette based on the themes of the Generations Workshop

27 d Think Learning by Design 2010 Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework professional development opportunity for teachers to consider the role of design in shaping the future of young lives consider what design in the classroom means when design is interpreted as the making of just, sustainable and creative futures, not just the making and consuming of more products

28 d Think Learning by Design Testimonials Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework “Just a line to say what a fab time I had on that Saturday. It certainly was the best PD I have ever undertaken. (True) I would certainly like to see something like this again and would love to be apart of any thing in the future. Great work by you and your team.” Cassandra Thorne Head of Art, Design and Information Technology St Luke's Anglican School, Bundaberg “Just a quick thanks for the opportunity to participate in the Design Thinking workshop on Thursday and Saturday. I loved it, the speakers were great and the whole experience was awesome. I really enjoyed interacting with the students and the teachers, gave me a fresh perspective on my own thinking process. I know its 3 years off but count me in for Unlimited 2! Meredith Dan - Teacher Architecture and CAD Studies, Southbank Institute of Technology

29 d Think Learning by Design Testimonials Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework “Thanks so much for including me in the day. I think what you are doing with students is very important, and I encourage you to continue providing these opportunities for them, wherever possible. Great experience. Thanks once again.” Hael Kobayashi “ Thank you for the opportunity to experience the teacher's design workshop. It was a truly valuable learning experience that has ignited a plethora of ideas.” Mel Thomson, Visual Arts Teacher Cleveland District State High School

30 d Think Rebuilding For Resilience Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework ‘Youth Sourcing’ Workshops Smartartz the process of ideation through creative workshops with young people design led, real world and brief- based, non technical creativity focus and audience-centred working with clients who have a youth focus

31 d Think Rebuilding For Resilience Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework Think Rink Workshops Fairweather Creative Culture

32 d Think Design Minds Online Project Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework Platform for hosting educative and instructional content on-line Talking Design Nielson Design Lectures, UQ & QUT lecture series, Unlimited, Public Libraries Design Symposia, TedX Teaching Design design-focused lesson plans developed in partnership with Education Queensland, Cooper- Hewitt Design Museum Documenting Creative and Critical Thinking Now+Then – QACI, Gold Coast Art Gallery, Bemowa SHS Living City SEQ Program - Barcaldine, Tully or Mission Beach Generation workshops - DIA/QUT/QATA/ Unlimited QUT/DIA/Smartartz QUT/DIA/QMI ‘goDesign’ Workshops

33 d Think Design Minds Online Project Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework About | Contact | Subscribe | RSS | Partners & Sponsors Design Reference A rich collection of books, journals, magazines, maps, posters, film, photographs, drawings and manuscripts for design research, design students and others wishing to explore historic or contemporary design Resources  SLQ catalogues  E-subscriptions  Links to other libraries’ design collections  Bibliographies  Book Reviews  What’s New  Invitation to judge/request Focus areas  Public realm, Products for better living, Communication, Thinking, Fashion ,,, Asia,, World Design Archive Growing archive which actively collects digital and original materials relating to historical and contemporary design practices in  Drawings (sketches, renderings, working drawings)  Maps, plans, patterns, patents  Photographs (vintage & new)  Manuscripts  Professional papers (job files, log books, travel notebooks, correspondence)  Digital images & AV materials  Published research  Design profession awards  Design competitions  Digital record of design exhibitions  Queensland Public Art Register MOBILE APP Design Minds Platform for hosting educative and instructional content on-line Talking Design  Nielson Design Lectures, UQ & `QUT lecture series, Unlimited, Public Libraries Design Symposia, TedX Teaching Design  Design-focused lesson plans developed in partnership with Education Queensland, Documenting Creative and Critical Thinking  Now+Then – QACI,, Bemowa SHS  – SEQ, Barcaldine, Tully or  Generation workshops - DIA/QUT/Unlimited  DIA/Wotif – Smartarts  DIA/QMI ‘Go Design’ project Designing Better Libraries Advocacy and advice to support development of libraries that meet evolving user needs and expectations, plus planning, design and management of continuous enhancement of the State Library building Guidelines Including research papers, publications, symposia for contemporary practice and innovation in design of libraries  The Library Book & MOBILE APP  Resources and links for good library design  Guidelines for designing wifi environments  Public Library Standards  Public Libraries Design symposia State Library Capital Improvement Program  10 year capital asset conservation, management and development plan  3 year rolling plan for Capital Asset Improvements  Asia Pacific Design Lounge Phase 2, in conjunction with Auditorium 2 upgrade and provision of facilities to service catering for events in Level 2 venue hire spaces Design Pulse Array of design focused research, learning and participation activities Design Calendar Local, state, national, international design activity Design Action Program of activities by SLQ and partners  Designers-in-residence  Events – regular, signature  Conferences, seminars, speaker series  Exhibitions & demonstrations  Competitions  Film program  Markets Design On-Site  Lounge open hours, map, images  Design Windows: Display galleries showcasing small-scale yet high-level exhibitions of new work by individual designers or studios Journalism  D-Blog – gang of reporters  Blueprint – annual papernet of Asia Pacific Design Library highlights  Collection & sets of images of APDL activities on FLICKR Signpost  Design blogs and websites  Partner organisations  Design research programs  Design education  Design industry  Other libraries  Bookshops aggregation and syndication of blogs, podcasts, media and case studies; creation of online presence for all Queensland Design Education programs

34 d Think RATIONALE Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework need to continue modelling of pedagogy that embraces "future" oriented thinking, creative teams, collaborative work process, immersion, inter- disciplinary thinking, and that is "rigorous, connected, coherent, flexible" (QSA review of Senior Schooling, 2005, Professors David Hogan, Alan Luke, John Dewar.) these existing design-based programs have pioneered new focus, practice and process with students and teachers in a variety of contexts and need to be recorded and evaluated for continuous improvement these workshops are laboratories to test and refine pedagogy and the skills and ways of working emerging from them are readily transferred to teachers in diverse T&L contexts so have implications across many subject areas

35 d Think RATIONALE Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework need to develop processes that will allow for critical thinking and problem- solving to tackle future challenges beyond the current economics-focused paradigm eg. climate change, resource depletion, wealth-distribution, etc business may reveal opportunities and revel in change and the structures that currently maintain the status quo also may develop different thinking/future thinking and create new social and economic opportunity potential for business and education to learn from community links. The development of collaborative and inclusive programs may lead to outcomes and paradigm-shifts brought about by greater participation in design processes

36 d Think PROPOSAL Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework Action Research ARC Linkage Project grow and unify existing design education programs under the framework of a Research Project capitalise on benefits of existing largely volunteered activity to date provide a mechanism for measurement and evaluation of key KPIs to inform future design policy/strategy show state leadership in the area of Design-led Thinking for Business, Education and Community

37 d Think PROPOSAL Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework Action Research ARC Linkage Project inform skills training and secondary/tertiary education sectors improve community and industry engagement in Brisbane and regional communities around design improve career pathways and highlight opportunities for students and business in regional areas allow model to be scaled up to include other programs and invite other partners as required

38 d Think PROPOSAL Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework Action Research ARC Linkage Project Seek funding from industry partners and sponsors to run each program within annual Queensland Design Education Framework for minimum of 3 years including: goDesign x 6 (regional locations) Living City x 1(Brisbane location) Generation x 2 (The Edge, SLQ) Learning by Design x 1 (The Edge, SLQ) Rebuilding with Resilience (TBC) Website presence for all programs through SLQ Design Minds Online Project and Qld Government DET Learning Place eLearning Program

39 d Think FRAMEWORK DIAGRAM Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework

40 d Think SECTOR IMPACT Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework

41 d Think QDS 2020 ALIGNMENTS Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework 1: Strengthen the Qld Economy Strategy: Increasing the capacity of Queensland designers to meet future demand Will provide a training/workforce strategy to align with the Qld Skills Plan to “build the capacity of the design sector” (and education & training sector) “to better align skills supply, workforce development and business strategy to meet competitive needs” and “enhance collaboration between industry, government and the education and training sectors”. 2: Foster a Design Culture Strategy: Increasing understanding, awareness and recognition of design and its value to our economy, culture, society and environment. Will “capitalise on existing opportunities and mechanisms to promote design awareness across the state”.

42 d Think QDS 2020 ALIGNMENTS Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework 3: Build Design Knowledge and Learning Strategy: Improve creativity and design in education and learning at all levels. Will “reinforce design and creativity in the existing Queensland education curriculum” by providing “ an annual design immersion program for Queensland Secondary Schools” Strategy: Improve the availability of design research Will develop a new partnership with Queensland University of Technology’s Built Environment & Engineering, Creative Industries and Education Faculties to “further options for research and benchmarking” to evaluate and integrate learnings from an integrated student/teacher model Will measure and inform the Queensland Government Departments of Education & Training, The Arts, and Employment & Economic Development, about the potential for design thinking capacity to impact on the state’s future economy, culture, society and environment.

43 d Think QDS 2020 ALIGNMENTS Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework 4: Support Public Sector Innovation Strategy: Increase understanding and awareness of the value of design to the Queensland Government (and local government) Will “facilitate partnerships between all levels of government, businesses, designers and local communities to explore design’s potential to address community-based social, environmental and business issues” including state-wide rebuilding programs addressing 2011 Disaster Recovery.

44 d Think SUPPORT REQUIRED Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework Action Research ARC Linkage Project support to proceed with d think Design–led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework Support for ARC Linkage Action Research Proposal to be developed around Queensland Design Education Program Framework and submitted in 2 nd round 2011

45 d Think SUPPORT REQUIRED Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework Action Research ARC Linkage Project Support to seek appropriate partners to participate in ARC Linkage Project – contribution of minimum total $50,000.00/year for 3 years Support to source funding from partners and sponsors with a view to sustain a 3 year annual Queensland Design Education Program Online support to build Program through State Library of Queensland Design Minds project

46 d Think SUPPORT REQUIRED Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework Action Research ARC Linkage Project In principal support from Queensland Design Council for the proposal Comments and feedback welcome!

47 d Think EDUCATION & SKILLS FOR THE SMART STATE Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework “The world needs designers. Those that can think and imagine and create new and innovative ways to live and work. We need to build a bank of creative capital that will enable us to meet current an future challenges. Design education can be an impetus for a culture of creative excellence.” Michele Azzopardi, Director Design Victoria Designing our Future: A Report on Tertiary Design Education in Victoria (2009), Design Victoria http://www.designvic.com/knowledge/publications/designingourf uture.aspx

48 d Think EDUCATION & SKILLS FOR THE SMART STATE Design-led Thinking for Business, Education & Community Framework “The Ambition of Queensland as a Smart State will only be realised if we take decisive steps to improve the quality of the teaching profession and the value that is placed on education by all sections of the community, as well as to develop modern curricula with the balance and content of learning that best equips students for their future and empowers their choices in a world where knowledge and its creative applications are the most important currency.” (Conclusion of Working Group report to Smart State Council on Education and Skills for the Smart State, November 2006)


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